For years my husband and I have thought about the day when we’d be able to live small in a big way. That means less stuff and more meaningful moments, experiences and adventures.
Designing a kitchen is a bit like solving a puzzle, eventually all the pieces come together and it all makes sense from both a visual as well as a functional perspective. This new kitchen design in Wellington Florida is a great example of that. Today I’d like to share with you an inside peek at the process and how we got from drab to amazing in ten million easy steps.
This is Part II of my KBIS2017 recap. You can find Part I here.
If you’ve read part one you know that I was off meeting old and new friends earlier this month at our big annual trade show known as KBIS2017. One of the best perks of being on Modenus Blog Tour is always the people. What a huge source of friends this whole blog adventure has been for me! Now back to the trends you need to know.
Thermador rolls out new offerings at KBIS2017. New products in several categories take the stage.
Julia Child was a pioneer in the world of haute cuisine at a time when celebrity “chefdom” was a decidedly manly occupation. She didn’t care. The kitchen was her natural habitat and she had her own ways of making it work for her whether she was whipping up a soufflé or flaming a creme brûlée.